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Accounting for Gender: A gender analysis of support for work in South Bank and Grangetown

Accounting for Gender: A gender analysis of support for work in South Bank and Grangetown

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A gender analysis of the Job Connect employment service from Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council. Findings revealed a quality service, but one that met men's needs more than women's.
A gender analysis of the Job Connect employment service from Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council. Findings revealed a quality service, but one that met men's needs more than women's.

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Published by: Oxfam on Apr 08, 2011
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There is a gender imbalance in the number of clients accessing advice and support from
Job Connect. This issue of initial access is one which needs to address the significant

Accounting for Gender: Support for work in South Bank and Grangetown
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average client ratio of 72% men to 28% women. This ratio does reflect the figures of
registered unemployed but, as is discussed in this report, many women seeking
employment or training will not be formally registered as unemployed.

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